Gray’s Inn is one of four Inns of Court in London, the furthest away from the Royal Courts of Justice and the smallest of the four (the other three are Lincoln’s Inn, Inner Temple, and Middle Temple). It features secondary glazing from Selectaglaze.
Warwick Court, the former Goldman Sachs headquarters on Paternoster Square in London, is being redeveloped by Mace Group. They approached Newton and its specialist contractor ASF Waterproofing to specify a waterproof and hard-wearing coating system for the floor of the plant rooms.
Two renowned Alumasc brands, Harmer and Wade, were recently specified and installed for a new striking residential development in London.
A former North London paints warehouse has been transformed into a mixed development of apartments and commercial premises with Crittall windows, doors and screens featuring throughout the project.
One of London’s main railway stations, which underwent a £700 million redevelopment, features a blast-resistant ceiling from Hunter Douglas Architectural.
At 25 Cabot Square in London, Maxwood created a stunning washroom which incorporates beautiful Terrazzo which encompassed the floors, vanities, and walls.
Maxwood Washrooms created beautiful calm and welcoming washroom areas, using soft real wood veneers in a Superloo layout, for Devon House in London.
Over two hundred severe-duty fire doors from Ahmarra Door Solutions feature in the Pears Building in London.
CCF, in collaboration with Electra, launches the UK’s first 27 tonne curtainside Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV), with 287kwh traction batteries.
The eighth annual Schüco Excellence Awards take place later this year, with the application process to enter projects officially opened.